12 November 2021
A new phone from Motorola speculated as the Moto G200 seems to be in the pipeline. Being the successor to the Moto G100, it is pretty obvious for the phone to gain some significant upgrades. Interestingly, a tip received by a German tech blog covers all such upgrades.
TechnikNews has reported by citing its source that the alleged Moto G200 is internally addressed “Yukon/Xpeng.” In China, it will get the name “Motorola Edge s30” instead.
Coming to pivotal details, the source mentions the Moto G200 is powered by Snapdragon 888 processor and has 8GB RAM. The size of the screen is unknown but the display resolution is said to be Full HD+. Just so you know, the Moto G100 features a 6.7-inch screen, so we expect the Moto G200 to have a similar screen size.
The Moto G200 will also support a 144Hz refresh rate, compared to the 90Hz present on the predecessor.
The source also tipped that the Moto G200 has a 108MP primary sensor on the back panel. The other two sensors included in the setup are a 13MP ultra-wide camera and a 2MP depth sensor, thus making a triple camera setup. The front camera is said to be the 16MP. As per the report, the Moto G200 will run Android 11 and not the latest Android 12.
The source, in fact, also mentions that the Moto G200 will be released in November 2021, which is just the next month. So, let’s expect more details to fill in the meantime.